The Associated Press
San Diego Comic-Con will remain virtual for the July event, but organizers are planning for a smaller-scale gathering later in 2021.
Comic-Con announced Monday, March 1, that the annual confab will return to virtual for a second-straight year between July 23-25. The in-person experience was canceled again due to coronavirus-related cautions around large gatherings.
Organizers said postponements and other challenges caused by the pandemic left them with “limited financial resources.” As a result, the virtual convention in July was reduced from four to three days.
However, organizers said they are planning a smaller in-person November event in San Diego. The details have not yet been released.
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